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the gap with women voters. let's take a look at the latest virginia poll. obama-biden at 49%, and september 53 e.r.s and romne romney-ryan 43%, they were at 41%. and what do women want it hear, mia love joins us, hello, mayor. >> hello. how are you. >> alisyn: what do you think has allowed for the women's support. >> i've talked before, mitt romney is absolutely in love with his wife, a devoted father, a successful businessman, i mean, he knows exactly what he needs to do to get our economy back on track. we saw it during the debates. he was leaps and bounds over barack obama when it came to the economy. so, i think the that's what's shifting and under barack obama we've talked to teachers and entrepreneurs and mothers and their lives aren't better. women have gone from better than 7.8% unemployment. and just, we know there's a clear choice who is going to make this better for us. >> alisyn: you brought up the debates. it seemed as though women were focused on the debates, but it was the second debate and it's itt romney now has more support because what i've heard women say
too long. president obama will be in bristow later on this afternoon with former president clinton and mitt romney we expect to see in virginia at least twice before voters go to the polls on tuesday for the official election day. and a big part of mitt romney's argument has been a big part of his final pitch to voters here in virginia has been to the military. the two biggest cities here in virginia are virginia beach and norfolk and mitt romney has been basically saying that if he is elected president, he will put an end to the sequester. he won't let those automatic defense cuts go through at the beginning of next year. and he has been getting that message has been received very well out on the trail. now, there is also a big-time senate race here in virginia between two big names. former republic governor george allen and former democratic governor tim cane. the two have raised a combined $30 million. and then outside groups have pumped in another $40 million. allen has been getting some help on the trail by mitt romney and a few days ago vice president biden was here telling v
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